CANCELLED: On Oct. 3, The Destin Seafood Festival was canceled after the formation of Tropical Storm Karen in the Gulf of Mexico.



Below is a list of participants and vendors set to appear along the 1.5 mile-stretch of harbor during the Destin Seafood Festival, which runs Friday through Sunday, Oct. 4-6. Click on each business, restaurant or musical act to learn more.



HARBORWALK VILLAGE



Cee Jay Creations - jewelry              



Island Sand Sculptures - sand sculptures



Great Lakes Outback - other           



Bluewater Glass Art - Jewelry



Girltrendz - vintage clothing



So Into You - glass          



Soapy Delights - soaps   



FWBHS Leadership



Bayou Billy's Sweet Tea - food       



Elmo's BBQ Gator Ribs - food



McGuire's Root Beer – food



Tucker Duke's - food



Fun Time Concessions - food          



Southern Concessions - food



Rueben's Concessions - food



Roasted Corn - food         



Mojo Jerky - jerky            



 



OLIN MARLER’S DOCKS                              



Crazy Joyce - prop tenant                 



TripShock - host               



Payne Chiropractic - sponsor         



Winning Concepts - Wood



Coconut Critters - Wood                  



Melissa Firth - Jewlery    



Beer Tent           



Apex  Broadcasting - sponsor



                                                                 



GALATI YACHTS AREA                                



Fine Line - glass/painting



Aquatic Impressions - fish rubbing



Fine Art Images - photography       



Mix It Up – glass/wine



Shooting Star - garden art                



Crushable Hats - hats      



Johnny Hawkins - jewelry               



Scentsy - ceramics and candles



Mural Mosiacs - paintings



Create Inspire Dream - jewelry



Stray Cats Home Décor - mixed media



Poo Doo Productions -  pet products



Conscious Creations - soy candles



Kscott Art - artwork



The Ear Vinery - jewelry



Cutco Cutlery - knives



Precioso - clothing/jewelry



 



DEWEY DESTIN’S



Reggae N Things - leather slippers



1st Choice Home Improvement



The Smiling Fish - jewelry



Klear Kanoo – transparent boat



Cumulus - sponsor



                                                                                                                       



ROYAL MELVIN HERITAGE PARK



Pelagic – clothing/sportsman’s apparel



The Honey Pot - honey



Spicy Rhodes Ahead - dip/food



Jenny's Accessory – jewelry



EZ Hang Chairs - wood                    



 



FISHERMAN’S WHARF



Beach Artwork by Barrie – paintings



Tampa Bay Traders - Rhine/tanks



Billie Jo Williams - plants



Randy's Collectibles - antiques



FWBHS Leadership - fundraiser



Global Treasures - jewelry



Rag Muffins - home décor



Bath Fitter - bathroom design



Freaknchic Crafts - ceramics



Malibu Toes - jewelry



Bionic Band - band



Donahue Collectibles - T's bangles                



Delta Foods - food



Fisherman's Wharf - food



Caribbean Café - food



South Beach Grill - food



Walk This Way - food



 



EAST PASS



Glitz Galore & More - jewelry



Junior League of the Emerald Coast - cookbook



Wingard Wood Art - wood              



BlueFin Eyewear – sunglasses



KlapnKlip - Soy Candles



Game Fish Art, Inc. - paintings



Color Me Crazy - Airbrush Tattoos



Wild Bills Olde Fash Soda - drinks                



Ashwear International - sundresses



Macaroni Kid - kids games              



Stelios - food



Black Jack Grill - food



Cajun Speciality Meats - food



Travinia Italian Kitchen - food



 



BOATHOUSE AREA



Cool Beach Products - beach gear  NEW



Fish Bone - fish art



Fla. Yard Art



Dances With Nature - wind art



Bruster's Ice Cream - food



Destin Prints - Apparel  



Rhineland Cutlery - knives                                                 



                                                                                   



HERON HARBOR                                              



Florida Dancing Birds - garden art



Fantasea Fish Works - garden art



Jerry Foote - jewlery



Matrick Frames & Art - wood



Festival Soda Booth                          



Deep South Sno Treats – food



Destin Assembly of God



Moonshine Lights - lighting          



Ear Art, Inc. - jewlery



Reddish Blink - jewelry cleaner



New Generation - wrist band



Tobbe Byrd - metal



Wyndham Vacation - real estate



Serenity Candles - crafts



The Honey Hutch - honey



Key West Island Wear - apparel



Lakeside & Treasures – jewelry



Meyer Boarding Company - watersports       



Destin Fire Control District - fundraiser



Dance Elite – bake sale



Ruben's Concession - food



Team Concessions - food



Mr. T's Roasted Corn - food



Taste Of New Orleans - food            



Seafood Unlimited - food



 



THE MUSIC



This year's Seafood Festival boast three days of music and six stages. Here are just some of the musical acts.



Music lineup: HarborWalk Village Stage



* All acts and times are subject to change



Friday, Oct. 4



3 p.m.: Village Brass Band — Second line to a big New Orleans style jazz band and kick off the festival with spirit!



5 p.m.: Flash Flood — Favorite tunes delivered with spirit from hard rock to today's pop 



7 p.m.: Orphan Annie — A sultry salute to rock and roll through the decades 



9 p.m.: Fireworks — followed by Big High Energy Dance Party  



Al Alvarado Destin's favorite sax man plays smooth jazz and funk alongside colorful street performers on the Village Promenade.



 



Saturday, Oct. 5



12 p.m.: HarborWalk Songwriters Showcase; songwriters share stories with lyrics and melodies 



2 p.m.: Last Flite Out — Progressive pop. A funky blend of rock, fusion, jazz and blues.



4 p.m.: The Modern Eldorados — Wildly authentic rockabilly meets American honky tonk.



6 p.m.: The Blenders — A soulful groove biscuit with spicy jazz gravy 



8 p.m.: Black Eyed Blonde — Emerald Coast's favorite high energy party band 



10 p.m.: The Andy Velo Band — Classic country with a side of hard southern rock



 



Sunday, Oct. 6



12 p.m.: The Village Brass Band with Fly



Al Alvarado plays sax on the Village Promenade



2 p.m.: The Blenders



3 p.m.: The Village Brass Band 



5 p.m.: Louis Prima Jr. & The Witnesses — Big band sound with dose of rockin' swing



 



The music continues at the Destin City Main Stager between Dewey Destin's harborside and Fisherman's Wharf. Heron Harbor at the east end of the harbor will also have a large musical presence



DESTIN CITY STAGE              HERON HARBOR STAGE



Friday



Chronic Jester             4 p.m.      Scott Rockwood



Season Ammons        6 p.m.       Jacob Mohr



Heritage                    8 p.m.     Chris Alvarado



Saturday



Chris Alvarado           Noon        Wes Heath



Coconut String Band    2 p.m.       Ronnie Satterfield



Owsley Brothers             4 p.m.      Ike Bartley



Forrest Williams Band   6 p.m.      J B Dyess



RED 423                      8 p.m.       Bill Garrett



Sunday



Jones & Company        noon        Parker James Willingham



Cadillac Willy                  2 p.m.     Season Ammons